The DFW Clean Air Network (Downwinders at Risk, Texas Campaign for the Environment, State Rep Lon Burnham and others) has been invited to present their plan on how to get to cleaner air in North Texas.
Bring your questions and comments to the meeting to build a new clean air plan for the 10-county North Texas area.
Learn where our current sources of energy stand and what our energy future looks like in the U.S. Find out more about the pros and cons of those sources and what concerns that they pose to our air, water and the environment. Experts and academics from around the country and state will speak.
Geothermal, wind, solar, coal, natural gas, oil &...
Celebrate the life and death of the great legendarily terrible idea in the Bishop Arts District. A slow jazz funeral procession will begin on the patio at Oddfellows
The Fort Worth Water Department, BRIT, and NBC5 are partnering to sponsor the second annual EcoScape residential summer landscape contest to find the homeowner with the most creative, attractive, and water efficient lawn in the area. The contest runs from June 14 to August 16 and will be judged on three key criteria:
1. Design – aesthetic appeal; composition; use...
Join the Swarm and take part in a week-long campaign of global actions to Save the Bees. Together we will Pester the Pesticide Pushers and Swarm together to BAN Neonicotinoids and other poisonous chemicals. We need to keep the bees alive to pollinate our food!
This will BEE the MAIN EVENT: SWARM DALLAS TO SAVE THE BEES! Klyde Warren Park. Dress like a BEE or wear yellow/black/white. We'...
This month's guest speaker is Derek Broman, Urban Wildlife Biologist, DFW Metroplex
Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, Cedar Hill State Park.
The all-day conference features George Bandy, Jr., vice president of sustainability at Interface, and Michael Cain, executive director of Earth Day Texas.
The breakout sessions feature three tracks, saving the people, planet & money, with speakers from the cities of Dallas, Cedar Hill and Lancaster, medical organizations, non-profits and churches of southern Dallas.
The last couple of years have seen the Dallas environmental scene blossom and mature. Now many of us want to take the next step by forming a city-wide “Dallas green alliance.” We plan on creating a 501(c)3 arm and a 501(c)4 or even a PAC that will have the political power to build it, election by election.
The proposed meeting agenda includes:
Dallas Sierra Club member Dale Edelbaum leads a photo tour of his 2013 trip to South America (Argentina, Chile and Brazil).
Monthly gathering of the Tarrant County Green Party.